Monarch panic hardware and exit devices have been around for the past 100 years. They currently offer exit devices for single, and double doors, in either rim, surface vertical rod, mortise and concealed vertical versions. We usually find 904H List Door Hardware on all of the Monarch Falcon Devices. All Monarch exit devices are a Grade 1, the highest rating possible.
If you are looking to update, replace or repair your commercial doors with a Monarch exit device, we have the expertise to help you.
Most Monarch panic devices ship within 1 week of your placed order. Special sizes, finishes and some Monarch exit device parts are factory orders and may take up to 2 weeks.
Monarch 17 Series – The 17 Series Monarch exit device was made from the 1970’s until about 2006. It was their narrow stile device, designed specifically for doors with narrow frames, or where designers wanted a small footprint. If you currently have a 17 Series Monarch exit device in disrepair, the replacement would be the Falcon 24 Series. The mounting holes will not line up, so you will need to start from scratch. Currently we have very few of the replacement parts for this device.
Monarch 18 Series – The 18 Series was also made from the 1970’s until 2006. This Monarch panic device was one of their more popular devices, and we still get many phone calls on it. They came in rim, surface vertical rod, concealed vertical rod, and mortise versions. Most replacement parts are no longer available, but some of the components are still used on the other current models, so we may be able to help. One of the most popular parts is the replacement springs for the lever trim handles, we still are able to get these.
Monarch/Falcon 19 Series – The Monarch 19 Series exit device has been made since the 1970’s with very little change. This device is in their economy line and has a powder coat painted finish, whereas the rest of Monarch panic device line is plated finish. They offer rim and surface vertical rod versions of this device in powder coated aluminum or powder coated dark brown colors. This Monarch exit device is ideal when you need a heavy-duty inexpensive hardware.
Falcon 24 Series – The 24 Series is very similar to the 25 Series, but is specifically designed for narrow stile doors. These devices usually only require 3-1/2” stile widths. They are offered in rim, surface vertical rod, and concealed vertical rod versions, with 10 different finish options. An added bonus is the availability of replacement parts. Most devices at this price point have little or no parts available.
Falcon 25 Series – The 25 Series is now the workhorse for Falcon. With a lower price point and very heavy-duty construction, this is an ideal exit device. They offer rim, surface vertical rod, concealed vertical rod and mortise versions along with 10 different finish options. An added bonus is the availability of replacement parts. Most devices at this price point have little or no parts available.
Monarch/Falcon XX Series – The XX Series Monarch exit device was introduced in the 1970’s and is still available today. The XX Series is their crossbar style offering. They are available in rim, surface vertical rod, concealed vertical rod and mortise versions and 8 different finish options.
Monarch was founded in 1920’s in Shepherdsville, Kentucky. Until the 1990’s, Monarch was a family-owned business. In the 1990’s, it was sold to Newman Tonks PLC, and in 1998 was sold to Ingersoll-Rand. In 2007, Ingersoll-Rand rebranded the Monarch name to Falcon along with Dor-o-matic. In 2012, they moved the Falcon/Monarch line, along with Ives, Von Duprin, LCN, Schlage, and Glynn Johnson to the Allegion product line.